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Jan 3, 2013 11:35pm PST
think that's what this country needs. >> when i saw president obama a few weeks ago, i told him about our quarterly dinners. i said mr. president, if you want to see bipartisanship in washington, invite the women senators to get it done, and he loved the idea. >> so they say they're ready to tackle big issues like jobs, transportation, immigration, but it's their male counterparts who keep reopening roe v. wade and contraception. >> i think most of us would agree that the government doesn't have a place in that. it's really individual families who should make those decisions. >> i think those issues should be settled and should not be the main focus of debate. >> i don't think they are entirely settled. that's the problem. is that there were amendments introduced to say that women wouldn't have access to health insurance coverage for birth control. and boy, if that's the case, then we better stand up and we better speak out. >> but if congress was 51% women, you can bet your bottom dollar we would not be debating contraception. >> we think we should be talking about transportation, in
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